Racism, and the Klan, exist everywhere. You're 100% correct about that.<quoted text>
Why is it in everybodies mind there is only North or South? I guess because people only think in black or white.
The “secret” society had 3 million members during its heyday in the early 1920s; roughly half its members lived in metropolitan areas, and although it enjoyed considerable support in the South, the Klan was strongest in the Midwest and Southwest.
But only the Southern Slave states are idiotic enough to want to commemorate racism in a state license plate.
Next time you see a Confederate flag flying over a statehouse in a union state, you let us know.